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07-11-2013 08:29:30

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Hello does anyone know were I can get a service manual for the Roosa Master DBG 429-8AJ fuel injection pump? or a copy of one. I found a rebuild kit but would like to have all the specs and diagrams as well.
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07-11-2013 21:05:11

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 Re: fuel injection pump in reply to ironheadwrencher, 07-11-2013 08:29:30  
i bought my manual from john deere. seems they used the same pumps. as i recall the manual was $45.

if you need specific settings, let me know and i will copy what you need.
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Larry NCKS

07-11-2013 22:15:09

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 Re: fuel injection pump in reply to steamnjn23, 07-11-2013 21:05:11  
even though it's the same basic pump, I don't think specific settings from a JD pump would benefit a Ford owner.

To the OP, IH also had (has) a great manual on the Roosa Master (now called Stanadyne) pump. I don't recall that Ford ever did, but am not sure.

Let's see if this still works! If it does, here's a link to a post I wrote some years ago: http://search.yesterdaystractors.com/cgi-bin/viewit.cgi?bd=ford&th=353204
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07-11-2013 18:25:24

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 Re: fuel injection pump in reply to ironheadwrencher, 07-11-2013 08:29:30  
I just googled then downloaded it

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07-11-2013 09:45:41

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 Re: fuel injection pump in reply to ironheadwrencher, 07-11-2013 08:29:30  
Here's a link to a Stanadyne DB-series manual (.pdf format).

There's a lot of info there, but NOT model-specific information like the "roller-to-roller" dimensions and such.

If you have a friendly Stanadyne service facility nearby, they MAY be willing to look the model-specific information up for you or may about toss you out the door for asking, as most of 'em want you to bring the pump in so they can pocket some serious$$$$$$!

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